First steps

I saw this card shape on pottles craft forum and just had to have ago sorry I have looked for the post again but can’t find it and can’t remember how posted it.This card is so easy to make but has the wow factor I love it.

You need to start with a 8″ x 8″ pieces of cards stock score at 4″ on both sides.Then with your trimmer cut from the where the score lines meet down to bottom making a 4″ cut.IMG_1146

Next make a diagonal score line from the middle score line to meet the other score line do this on the the side as well.IMG_1147

Your card base should look like this.IMG_1148

Fold and burnish your score line so card card stand up.IMG_1149

Cut to 3 3/4″ squares in DSP and cut one in half diagonally.IMG_1150

Stick these to your card base.IMG_1151

To make the easel card in the middle of your card you will need to fold your card stock in half and places your die with the end over the end of your cardstock this will then cut the base of your easel card.IMG_1153Then cut out a full circle and 2 small ones and a oval one in your card stock, then cut a small circle and ovals in whisper white card stockIMG_1154

stamp your image and sentiments and then stick them together .IMG_1155

fold the top half of your easel card in half, trim a little of the white circle and stick that down.then glue your image to the half circle IMG_1156

Add your easel card to the middle of your base card and the 2 smaller sentiment on to the side flaps.this card will fold flat to post.fullsizeoutput_23b0

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  1. I love this Karen. Thanks so much for your instructions. I do a monthly Friday Folds on my business Facebook page and would love to use this card front next month. Thanks so much!

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  2. Can this card be folded/collapsed for mailing? How do you send it to someone. It’s a lovely idea, just need to understand how to send it out. Thank you.

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